Synonyms for basilico or Related words with basilico
Examples of "basilico"
Fine Arts and Lehmann Maupin, New York, NY
(made briefly in 2006) was a bear representing Italy, though it was exclusive throughout Europe
Brian Griffin, Dominique Issermann, Nan Goldin, Max Vadukul, Gabriele
, Paul Graham, Thomas Florschuetz, Gianni Berengo Gardin, …
(12 August 1944 – 13 February 2013) was an Italian photographer who defined himself as "a measurer of space".
There is also a BBC radio dramatisation by René
with Charles Kay and Dame Hilda Bracket in the leading roles.
The manga was originally published on July 3, 2009 by
. Drawn and Quarterly licensed the manga in North American, publishing it on May 8, 2012.
The name "
Genovese" is protected by the European Union with the Denominazione di Origine Protetta certification. Genoese basil is produced in the provinces of Genoa, Savona and Imperia.
Guillaume Herbaut, Baader Meinhof, Astrid Proll, Josef Koudelka, Gabriele
, Rineke Dijkstra, Lise Sarfati, Jochen Gerz, Collection Ordoñez Falcon, Larry Sultan, Alex Mac Lean, Alastair Thain, Raeda Saadeh, Zineb Sedira, Serguei Tchilikov, Jem Southam, Alexey Titarenko, Andreas Magdanz, Sophie Ristelhueber, …
He owns and directs the gastronomic website
and contributes to several publications in Brazil and abroad. A former student of Architecture in University of São Paulo, he teaches History of Gastronomy at Anhembi Morumbi University, also in São Paulo. In 1995 he created the main gastronomic event in Brazil at the time, “Boa Mesa”, which was sold in 2000.
In 1988, BBC Radio 4 broadcast a dramatisation, by Rene
, of "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy" in seven weekly half-hour episodes, produced by John Fawcett-Wilson. It is available as a BBC audiobook in CD and audio cassette formats. Notably, Bernard Hepton portrays George Smiley. Nine years earlier, he had portrayed Toby Esterhase in the television adaptation.
In 1989, he joined Rapho agency and spent one year in Egypt. In 1991, he was part of a collective photographic project in charge of capturing an ultimate image of Beirut city center's ruins, with Robert Frank, Raymond Depardon, René Burri, Josef Koudelka and Gabriele
Shek teamed up with restaurateur Farhan Azmi to open "Cafe
" in 2001, where he worked for approximately a year. In 2003, Shek finally opened his own restaurant in New Delhi, called "Moshe's Oliva", without any promoter or associate. It was the first stand alone restaurant in Delhi to be named after a chef. Shek described the decision to go at it alone saying, "Having worked with promoters, I know now that henceforth I would rather not and do my own thing".
Roberto Basílico was born in Buenos Aires, he began his career in Club Atlético Atlanta. In 1931 Basílico was hired by River team, who began incorporating several reinforcements overlooking the championship. On Mar 13, 1932
debuted as defender in the match who River beat Chacarita Juniors 3-1. That same year playing the championship game against Club Atlético Independiente. The match was played at the Gasómetro with a score of 3-0 in favor of River, with goals of Ferreyra, Peucelle and .
The collection includes works by Alighiero Boetti, William Kentridge, Kara Walker, Ed Ruscha, Gilbert & George, Gino De Dominicis, Michael Raedecker, Anish Kapoor, Gerhard Richter, Francesco Clemente, Lara Favaretto, Marlene Dumas, Maurizio Cattelan, Gabriele
, Kiki Smith, Thomas Ruff, Luigi Ghirri, Manfredi Beninati, Vanessa Beecroft, Stefano Arienti, Francis Alys, Ugo Rondinone, Thomas Schutte, Francesco Gostoli and archives of architects Carlo Scarpa, Aldo Rossi and Pier Luigi Nervi.
Since "tagliatelle" are not made with pasta, the texture is porous and rough, making it ideal for thick sauces, generally made with beef, veal, or pork, and occasionally with rabbit, as well as several other less rich (and more vegetarian) options, such as "briciole e noci" (with breadcrumbs and nuts), "uovo e formaggio" (with eggs and cheese—a less rich carbonara), or simply "pomodoro e
" (with tomatoes and basil).
This show stands out in Price's radio career as some of the episodes are based on fictional adventures of Vincent Price himself, in which Price plays himself, while others have him merely introducing the macabre tale of the week. Twenty-two episodes were produced. Writing credits for the series include William Ingram, Stanley Ellin, Richard Davis, R. Chetwynd-Hayes, A. M. Burrage, Elizabeth Morgan, Rene
, Roald Dahl and Price himself. Fifteen of the episodes were rebroadcast by BBC Radio 7 in the spring of 2010.
His pro boxing debut, held in Las Cruces, New Mexico on November 3, 1979, was controversial. Despite giving away over fifty pounds, opponent Abraham Yaqui Meneses dropped Jones with a left hook in the sixth and final round, then hit him again (illegally) when Jones was down. Jones' cornerman then entered the ring (also illegally) and attempted to revive his fighter with an ammonia bottle. Referee Buddy
reasoned that since both fighters had broken the rules, he would punish neither of them, and let the fight go on. Jones survived the round and was awarded a narrow majority decision, causing the pro-Meneses crowd to boo loudly.
It is possible that the Aurora islands were "discovered" by Amerigo Vespucci in his 1501/1502 voyage with a Portuguese expedition. In his "Lettera" of 1504, his most detailed note, he states that he left the coast of Brazil from Cabo Frío and followed the path of the Sirocco south-east covering 500 leagues (about 3000 kilometres) by sea down to 50°S or 52°S. The probability is confirmed by Vice-Admiral Ernesto
in "The Third Voyage of Amerigo Vespucci" (Buenos Aires, 1967) and by Lt-Cdr Barreiro Meiro ("General Journal of Navy", October 1968, Madrid). At latitude 52°S Vespucci discovered an island 20 leagues (118 kilometres) long:
Ritchie has had over twenty-five solo exhibitions throughout his career. His first solo show was in 1995, at the
Fine Arts in New York, New York. Ritchie's work has been exhibited at the Dallas Museum of Art; the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Miami; MASS MoCA; the SFMoMA; The Guggenheim, and the MoMA, among others. His work has also been a part of the 1997 Whitney Biennial, the 2002 Sydney Biennale, and the 2004 São Paulo Art Biennial.
The book was named the Canadian non-fiction bestseller of the year by both the "Toronto Star" and "The Globe and Mail". It was later released under the title The Pagan Christ: Is Blind Faith Killing Christianity? in the United States by Walker Books and in Australia by Allen Unwin. It has also been published in five foreign languages: in Montreal ("Le Christ païen") by Éditions du Boréal, in the Netherlands ("De heidense Christus") by Ankh-Hermes bv, in Germany ("Der heidnische Heiland") by Ansata Verlag, in Brazil ("O Cristo Dos Pagaos") by Editora Cultrix-Pensamento and in Japan (異教キリスト) by
. In 2007, the book became the basis for a CBC documentary, and that same year, Harpur published a more scholarly sequel entitled
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